March is Women’s History Month


All girls : single-sex education and why it matters / Stabiner.
371.822 S775a 2003

Black feminist thought : knowledge, consciousness, and the politics of empowerment / Collins.
305.4201 C712b 2000

Built to win : the female athlete as cultural icon / Leslie Heywood and Shari L. Dworkin ; foreword by Julie Foudy.
796.082 H662b 2003

Failure is impossible : Susan B. Anthony in her own words / Lynn Sherr.
324.623092 A628s 1995

Failure is impossible : the story of Susan B. Anthony / Bohannon.
New Readers Collection 324.623092 A628b 2002

Feminism and visual culture reader / edited by Amelia Jones.
305.42 F329 2003

Feminist philosophy / Herta Nagl-Docekal ; translated by Vester.
305.4201 N149f 2004

Founding sisters and the Nineteenth Amendment / Eleanor Clift.
324.623 C639f 2003

Globalizing feminist bioethics : crosscultural perspectives.
174.957 G562 2001

Goddesses, whores, wives, and slaves : women in classical antiquity / Pomeroy.
301.412 P785g 1975

Guerrilla Girls’ bedside companion to the history of Western art.
704.042 G935 1998

Gyn/ecology : the metaethics of radical feminism / Mary Daly.
301.412 D153g 1978

In her own image, women working in the arts / Hedges and Wendt.
700 I35 1980

Listen up : voices from the next feminist generation / edited by Findlen.
305.42 L773 2001

Looking for the other : feminism, film, and the imperial gaze / Kaplan.
305.42 K17L 1997

Middle Eastern Muslim women speak / edited by Fernea and Bezirgan.
301.4120956 M627 1997

Never a dull moment : teaching, and the art of performance : feminism takes center stage / Felman.
378.199 F322n 2001

Ophelia speaks : adolescent girls write about their search for self / Sara Shandler.
305.235 S528o 1999

Overcoming violence against women and girls : the international campaign to eradicate a worldwide problem.
362.88 P412o 2003

Preserving and providing access to Washington women’s history / Pennucci, Foulk, and Kavanaugh.
323.34 P415p 2004
Linked Resource: View online version

Reconceiving pregnancy and childcare : ethics, experience, and reproductive labor / Amy Mullin.
176 M959r 2005

Roman women: their history and habits.
301.41037 B196r 1962

The second sex. Simone de Beauvoir. Translated and edited by H. M. Parshley.
301.412 D286s 1968

Stories of family caregiving : reconsiderations of theory, literature, and life / Poirier and Ayres.
649.8 P753s 2002

Teaching guide to accompany In her own image : women working in the arts.
700 I35 1981

Teaching to transgress : education as the practice of freedom / Bell Hooks.
370.115 H784t 1994

Theorizing feminism : parallel trends in the humanities and social sciences / edited by Anne C. Herrmann and Abigail J. Stewart.
305.4201 T396 2001

Tilting the playing field : schools, sports, sex, and Title IX / Jessica Gavora.
796.082 G283t 2002

Unequal sisters : a multicultural reader in U.S. women’s history / edited by Vicki L. Ruiz and Ellen Carol DuBois.
305.4 U56 1994

Vietnamese feminist poems from antiquity to the present : a bilingual anthology.
895.9221 V666 2007

Women artists, 1550-1950 / Ann Sutherland Harris, Linda Nochlin.
709.03 H313w

Women in Congress, 1917-2006.
328.73082 W872 2006

Women in Greece and Rome.
301.41209 Z78w 1973

Women of England : from Anglo-Saxon times to the present :
301.41 W872 1979

Women who knew too much : Hitchcock and feminist theory / Tania Modleski.
791.430233092 M692w 2005

Working for change : the struggle for women’s right to vote / Leni Donlan.
New Readers Collection [Call Number] 2008


Black feminist thought : knowledge, consciousness, and the politics of empowerment / Patricia Hill Collins.
Electronic Book 305.42/01 2000

Built to win : the female athlete as cultural icon / Leslie Heywood and Shari L. Dworkin ; foreword Foudy.
Electronic Book 796/.082 2003

The curious feminist : searching for women in a new age of empire / Cynthia Enloe.
Electronic Book 305.42 2004

Dress of women : a critical introduction to the symbolism and sociology of clothing / Charlotte Perkins Gilman;
Electronic Book 2002

Feminism and the politics of working women : the Women’s Co-operative Guild,…. / Gillian Scott.
Electronic Book

Feminist international relations : an unfinished journey / Christine Sylvester.
Electronic Book 327.1/01 2002

Fire this time : young activists and the new feminism / edited by Vivien Labaton and Dawn Lundy Martin.
Electronic Book 305.42 2004

Gender, planning, and human rights / edited by Tovi Fenster.
Electronic Book 1999

On female body experience : “Throwing like a girl” and other essays / Iris Marion Young.
Electronic Book 305.42/01 2005

Philosophy, feminism, and faith / edited by Ruth E. Groenhout and Marya Bower.
Electronic Book 200/.82 2003

Taking the field : women, men, and sports / Michael A. Messner.
Electronic Book 2002

Teaching introduction to women’s studies : expectations and strategies / Winkler and DiPalma.
Electronic Book 305.4/07 1999

Violence and the body : race, gender, and the state / edited by Arturo J. Aldama ; foreword by Alfred Arteaga.
Electronic Book 303.6 2002

Women and citizenship / edited by Marilyn Friedman.
Electronic Book 2005

Women, health and nation : Canada and the United States since 1945 / edited by Georgina Feldberg.
Electronic Book 2003

Women’s studies : an interdisciplinary anthology / Roberta Rosenberg, editor.
Electronic Book 2001

Women’s studies encyclopedia / edited by Helen Tierney.
Electronic Book 1999

Working for change : the struggle for women’s right to vote / Leni Donlan.
Electronic Book 2008

Writing the feminine : women in Arab sources / edited by Manuela Marâin and Randi Deguilhem.
Electronic Book 2002

Reference Books:

Encyclopedia of American social movements / edited by Immanuel Ness.
973.03 E56 2004

Handbook of American women’s history / edited by Angela Howard Zophy.
305.409 H236 1990

Milestones : a chronology of American women’s history / Doris Weatherford.
305.4 W362m 1997

Reader’s companion to U.S. women’s history / editors, Wilma Mankiller
… [et al.]
305.4097 R286 1998

Women’s history sources : a guide to archives and manuscript collections in the United States.
301.412016 W872 1979


Azizah : for the contemporary Muslim woman.


Journal of women’s history.



On Campus With Women


During the war women went to work– [videorecording]
940.53082 D962 2007 DVD
Linked Resource: View links to access Quicktime versions of documentary

Einstein’s wife [videorecording] : the life of Mileva Einstein-Marić
530.092 E35e 2003 DVD

The National Museum of Women in the Arts [videorecording]: a woman’s touch / Echo Pictures production.
704.042 N277 2005 DVD

The speeches of famous women [videorecording]
815 S742 1995 VHS

Strength to resist [videorecording] : media’s impact on women & girls
659.1042 S915 2005 DVD

Women and creativity [videorecording] / Corp for Entertainment and Learning
700.82 W872 VHS


101 wonderful ways to celebrate women’s history [microform]
ED 1.310/2:393768 1993

Myself and women heroes in my world Sojourner Truth, Harriet Tubman, Queen…
ED 1.310/2:402226

National Women’s History Museum Act of 2003 [microform]
Y 1.1/5:108-204
Linked Resource: Text Version

Linked Resource: PDF Version

National Women’s History Week [microform] : a multi-cultural infusion model
ED 1.310/2:267001


Women’s Conference – Personal & Cultural Identities in the 21st Century
March 14th and 15th at Edmonds Community College.


American Memory: Women’s History Collections
Gateway to Library of Congress Resources for the Study of Women’s History and Culture in the United States.

American Women through Time
Timelines that links specific events with highly relevant online sources, followed by a guide to research sources (e.g., census, newspapers, secondary sources) that are appropriate for the specified time period. Middle Tennessee State University.

American Women’s History: A Research Guide
Citations to print and Internet reference sources, as well as to selected large primary source collections. The guide also provides information about the tools researchers can use to find additional books, articles, dissertations, and primary sources. Middle Tennessee State University.

International Women’s Day: United Nations
International Women’s Day is the story of ordinary women as makers of history; it is rooted in the centuries-old struggle of women to participate in society on an equal footing with men. (E.g.) In ancient Greece, Lysistrata initiated a sexual strike against men in order to end war; during the French Revolution, Parisian women calling for “liberty, equality, fraternity” marched on Versailles to demand women’s suffrage.

National Women’s History Museum
Founded in 1996, (NWHM) is a nonpartisan, nonprofit educational institution dedicated to preserving, interpreting, and celebrating the diverse historic contributions of women, and integrating this rich heritage fully into our nation’s history.

Central gateway to information and resources on the promotion of gender equality and the empowerment of women. United Nations.


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